That title is a mouthful. But here’s what it means – the hard drive on the computer you use in your legal nurse consulting business has a finite amount of space.
In light of the recent, world-wide WannaCry malware attack, Microsoft has taken an unprecedented step and issued security upgrades for older operating systems (OS) that have “fallen out” of support.
Adobe Flash is used on millions of websites around the world, and while it’s not necessarily one of safest bits of software, it is one of the hardest to live without.
Spring is in the air and a young Tech Tipper’s thoughts naturally turn to – you guessed it – cleaning up hard drives, changing passwords and blowing the kettle-cooked potato chip crumbs out of his keyboard.
If you’ve purchased a new computer for your legal nurse consulting business in the last two years there’s a good chance you have an SSD (solid state drive) drive instead of a traditional spinning hard drive.
As a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant you’ll be involved in email communications that go to other professionals on the litigation team. You have to treat these (and any other) communications as professionally as you would every other form of communication.
The proliferation of home and office-based wireless networks has made things so easy for us. It’s hard to remember a day when you had to hard-wire a computer to the Internet in order to get online.
As I’ve stated in the past, I use the Chrome browser for just about everything. It loads quickly, doesn’t suffer from Flash-related issues, seems secure and is generally pretty handy.
Scareware is not just a threat to your computer’s integrity – it’s also a threat to your sanity.
Recently, I’ve been having issues with my iPhone charging.